Bufo marinus

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Synonyms for Bufo marinus

largest known toad species

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The muscular effect of Cobra energy drink on toad (Bufo marinus = Rhinella marina) gastrocnemius fatigue time and contraction force.
Protozoan parasites of the cane toad, Bufo marinus, in Australia.
Identification, characterization and assessment of Venezuelan viruses for potential use as biological control agents against the cane toad (Bufo marinus) in Australia.
Weeren, "Bufo marinus intoxication in dogs: 94 cases (1997-1998)," Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, vol.
(2009) found that alarm cues experienced by Bufo marinus larvae can affect post-metamorphic toxin levels.
petiti infecting Bufo marinus in Brazil (Lainson & Paperna 1995), the oocysts in the viscera were 19-22 x 12-14, with sporozoites numbers ranging from 12 to 30 and 7,0-9,0 x 1,0-1,4 in size.
The cane toad (Bufo marinus) was first introduced to northeastern Australia from South America in 1935 in an unsuccessful attempt to control the cane beetle, which was destroying sugarcane.
In South American Rhabdias fuelleborni was found in Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay in the following hosts: Bufo marinus, B.
To investigate whether these problems might stem from some general stress associated with land development, rather than poisoning by chemicals, University of Florida biologists analyzed dozens of local adult cane toads (Bufo marinus).
In a study by Komak and Crossland (28) on association of mosquito fish and Limnodynastes omatus (native frog) and Bufo marinus (non-native frog) it was stated that introduction of mosquito fish, Gambusia affinis holbrooki as a predator of eggs, hatchling and tadpoles affects both the native and non-native anurans thereby affecting the natural control of mosquito larvae.
Habitat loss and competition from introduced species, including the marine toad (Bufo marinus), are the major causes for the toad's decline and led to its listing as a threatened species in 1987 by the U.S.
The marine, or cane, toad (Bufo marinus), which is native to South America but has been introduced into several other parts of the world, is one example.